INDIANAPOLIS — Six people were injured in a crash Sunday afternoon on the northeast side of Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Fire Department crews and emergency personnel were called around 3 p.m. to North Sherman Drive and East 28th Street on the report of a crash, IFD Battalion Chief Rita Reith said.
One person was critically injured and taken to Eskenazi Hospital after they were ejected from a car, Reith said. Another person needed to be removed from the car by emergency personnel and was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital in serious condition. The driver was also taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital in good condition.
Three people from the other vehicle involved were taken Community Hospital East in good condition, Reith said.
The crash was caused after a car pulled in font of another car, hit the car, T-boned, and split in half, Reith said. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department investigators are still working to determine what happened.